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Entries tagged with ‘Flozell Adams’

A different game of tag

Since Albert seems it would be in the Cowboys’ best interests to name Flozell Adams the franchise player, I thought I’d take another look at the franchise tag. How about naming Ken Hamlin the franchise player? It would cost the…

The case for NOT tagging Flo

Albert put together a well-reasoned and sound argument for keeping Flozell Adams under the franchise tag rules. Unfortunately, his numbers were a little off, which may sway the argument. Adams actually ended up costing $7.5 million against the 2007 cap…

Phase 3 of Tuna’s Valley Ranch raid?

Bill Parcells started with the Cowboys’ front office, wooing personnel executives Jeff Ireland and Brian Gaine to Miami. Then he took what he wanted from the coaching staff, hiring Tony Sparano as the Dolphins’ head coach and Todd Bowles, Paul…

Give Jerry some help

Jerry Jones doesn’t have Jeff Ireland and Brian Gaine around to help any more, and he’s been awfully busy watching his commercials and trying to talk Jason Garrett into sticking around Valley Ranch. I’m concerned that he hasn’t had much…

Dozen Pro Bowlers doesn’t seem right

How in the world can a team with a record number of Pro Bowlers not win a single playoff game? Well, there are a lot of different answers to that question. You can find many in Albert “Einstein” Breer’s Tale…

Dr. Z takes four ‘Boys

Sports Illustrated’s Paul Zimmerman tabbed four Cowboys for his All-Pro team, giving Dallas one more selection than the AP’s final tally did. But The Original 81 was not among his picks. Dr. Z took three receivers: The Patriots’ Randy Moss…

Five Cowboys named All-Pro

Five Cowboys received All-Pro recognition. T.O., Jason Witten and DeMarcus Ware were first-team selections. Flozell Adams and Leonard Davis were second-team selections. “They deserve it,” Wade Phillips said. “It should have been 12.” Phillips was kidding about the dozen, but…

Give Tony Sparano his due

Tony Sparano, the Cowboys assistant head coach, has been way overlooked this year, but there is some vindication that three of his linemen – Flozell Adams, Andre Gurode and Leonard Davis – were named starters to the Pro Bowl. Since…

More Pro Bowlers than points?!

I just came to the startling realization that the Cowboys have more offensive Pro Bowlers (7) than points scored in last week’s loss (6). Tony Romo, T.O., Jason Witten, Marion “The Barbarian” Barber, Flozell Adams, Andre Gurode and Bigg Davis…

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